Why Diesel Land Truck Kingdom?
Welcome to New England's Premier Wholesale Truck Outlet. Diesel Land is serving the New England area, and we have grown to become the largest independent truck web marketplace in the area. We have accomplished this from hard work and a 100% commitment to excellence in customer satisfaction. We represent only the best truck dealers in the Region and represent the benchmark in customer service and we take care of you before, during and most importantly after the sale!
Our goal is to continually build our business through repeat and referred customers, and insure that each and every customer is completely satisfied with their Diesel Land experience. With a sales staff that is here to make your experience as pleasant as possible. Shopping Diesel Land makes it a winning situation for everyone involved.
At Diesel Land Truck Kingdom our purchasers are scouring the eastern seaboard to bring you the finest selection of pre owned trucks, vans, and SUV's in New England. We have over 350 select, hand pick vehicles with warranty options for you to choose from. We are confident that we have a vehicle here to fit all of your driving needs as well as your budget.
Where we have the advantage over our new car counterpart is depreciation, we normally can offer a vehicle $10-$15,000 off the cost of owning new. So you must ask yourself this question - Why buy new when I can save thousands? Make the right decision and buy with confidence from a dealer you can trust who is a member of the Diesel Land Family. We want to earn your business and will work hard to make you a Diesel Land customer for life.
Why Buy a Diesel?
There are three basic reasons people buy Diesel powered trucks. They are:
Economy, Longevity, and Towing Power
Economy: Diesel engines normally out perform gas engines doing the same jobs. They get up to 50% to 100% better fuel economy. The extremes would be when you compare carbureted engines to diesels. When both engines are put under heavy towing chores the diesel engines fuel economy becomes even more pronounced. A bonus is that depending on the market conditions, diesel is often equal or cheaper than gas. My theory is the oil companies don't like to mess with the trucking industry and their fuel costs........Diesel engines don't normally ever need tune ups. There are no points, spark plugs, wires or ignition distributors. A well maintained diesel engine can easily last 400 to 900 thousand miles. Gas engines pale in comparison. Occasionally a diesel engine will need a fuel injection pump. The best way to avoid this problem is the changing of the fuel filter on a regular basis. A plus would be to add a diesel conditioner once a month. There is a good reason the trucking industry uses diesel motors exclusively. In foreign countries diesel is the main form of fuel for transportation.
Longevity: Almost all diesel engines are built for commercial purposes. As result they are built tougher and stronger than gas motors basically designed for the consumer market. As commercial engines they are subjected to extremes as a result they are designed extremely tough. Automobiles normally have 36,000 mile warranties. Diesel engines from the Dodge, Ford, and GM have 100,000 mile warranties, almost triple the warranty for most gas engines. Twice the basic warranty of a car is 72,000 miles. Would that be considered a worn out engine? No, of course not. A diesel with twice the basic warranty is 200,000 miles. Is that a worn out diesel engine? No, of course not. We are of course assuming that both gas and diesel motors are properly maintained. Diesels motors are tough and will last you a long time. Diesels are not for going to the grocery store, they are chiefly to tow and cover a lot of miles economically. Don't expect to find a lot used diesels with the same miles as your grandmothers Buick. If you do find one it will be at a premium.
Towing Power: Diesels and gas motors perform their towing functions differently. To use or abuse an analogy; a diesel engine has the power of a football lineman, strong powerful steady steps that get the job done. A gas motor asked to do towing is like a receiver that has his legs cut shorter to gear him down to do what the diesel does naturally. Diesels have tremendous torque. A diesel engine will tow huge amounts of weight and not generate nearly as much heat as a gas motor does when subjected to the same load. Diesels produce huge amounts of power at a much lower RPM than a gas motor has to attain the same amount of torque. At higher altitudes diesels are unaffected for the most part because they are turbo charged. On the other hand gas motors used in towing applications today are not and as a result loose a considerable amount of power as a consequence.
So please don't wait, take advantage of our selection, savings and service today!!
Team Diesel Land